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Aloha! Appreciative of the feedback I got from you guys yesterday, and will continue to work towards making this the best daily post it can be. Heading into the draft if there are any specific players or schemes you'd like to be discussed, just let me know. There are a lot of players to scout and having a discussion about how they would or would not fit with the Seahawks is both fun (for a football nerd like me) and an opportunity to expand the content on this post. With my vast experience of one day on the job, I can tell you that Danny does an immense amount of work for the site, so with me only having this daily post to look after, I have more energy to spend. Please let me know your thoughts about content in the comments. This site is for you, help us help you. Hope everyone has a great day!

And now...to the links!

Okung's potential impact on Seahawks draft day trades and other random notes
How Okung's free agent deal could affect the Seahawks draft day trades and other random thoughts about the upcoming NFL draft.

Seahawks Find Their Depth Tested Amid Free Agency Departures - TPS
Nothing that's happened with the Seahawks offseason has been terribly surprising.

Ex-NFL safety says Kam Chancellor doesn't owe Seahawks fans anything - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle

The key players in Kam Chancellor's contract dispute with the Seahawks seem to have found peace, but whether or not the fans can move on as easily is another question entirely.

Seahawks coach Carroll talks about new rules and officiating | KREM.com

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll talks at the NFL's owners meetings today.  Carroll gives his take on the new rules, officiating, chop blocks, and what he would be doing if he wasn't a coach.

Friday Round-Up: Paul Richardson and Russell Wilson Get Back to Work | Seattle Seahawks

A daily link round-up of what’s "out there" about the Seattle Seahawks.

Seahawks' opening at LT, blocking scheme appealed to Bradley Sowell - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle

Bradley Sowell has what he was looking for in Seattle, which is a second chance to start at left tackle after he couldn't hold onto that job in Arizona.

Former agent: 'Really hard to believe' no compromise between Kam Chancellor, Seahawks - seattlepi.com

Why the Seahawks aren't ready to give up on TE Jimmy Graham - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN

Between the Seahawks' belief that they didn't use him as efficiently as possible and Jimmy Graham's work ethic, it seems likely he'll stay in Seattle.

Rams face lawsuit over their Missouri practice facility | ProFootballTalk

Their time in St. Louis is over, but their business there is far from done. As explained by David Hunn of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Rams have been sued regarding the team's apparent right to buy the 27-acre tract that houses the team's now-vacated practice facility in Earth City.

Falcons sign former Ravens LB Courtney Upshaw - NFL.com

The Falcons are signing former Ravens linebacker Courtney Upshaw. Will Atlanta's revamped front seven be a team strength in 2016?

New Orleans Saints expected to sign DT Nick Fairley - NFL.com

The New Orleans Saints will add some pass-rush punch to their interior. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports that the team is expected to sign defensive tackle Nick Fairley.

Katie Blackburn: The NFL’s Most Powerful Woman Nobody Talks About | The MMQB with Peter King

Katie Blackburn prefers to operate behind the scenes in Cincinnati, but her impact on the league has been impossible to miss

10 takeaways from a very busy week in the NFL | FOX Sports

10 takeaways from a very busy week in the NFL

How NFL coaches will take advantage of new kickoff rule

The NFL's new kickoff rule, which will bring touchbacks out to the 25-yard line, gives special teams coaches all kinds of possibilities, writes Matt Bowen.

Sean Payton of New Orleans Saints says helmets in NFL need to be safer

Saints head coach Sean Payton said he believes the NFL must "catch up to speed" to improve the safety of helmets, and that he foresees drastic changes in the next few years.